Sunday, March 20, 2016

Microwave Chocolate Cake + Celebrating Home Discounts


You are going to be amazed when I give you the recipe for this moist, delicious, chocolate fudge cake! It's ah-mazing! And you make it in the microwave! But before I give you the recipe, I have to tell you about the bowl that it's made in. 

You have to use a stoneware bowl that is oven/microwave safe. The Stoneware bowl that I use is from Celebrating Home. They are the best set of bowls I've ever had and they are on sale for an amazing discount right now! You can find the Celebrating Home Stoneware Bowls Here! Up to 81% off!! Hurry before they are gone. You won't regret it! I use mine for everything!
If you already have a large stoneware bowl, you are ready to make this cake! The only ingredients you need are a chocolate fudge box cake mix, made like the back of the box tells you to, a bag of milk chocolate chips and a tub of cream cheese frosting! That's it!! 
Line the bottom of the stoneware bowl with the cream cheese frosting going a 1/4 of the way up from the bottom. I use a rubber spatula for this. Stir the chocolate chips into the cake mix. Pour into the stoneware bowl, right over the frosting. Cover with a microwave safe plate. Cook in the microwave for 14 minutes. Let sit for 5. Flip the bowl over with the plate on top, so that the cake ends right side up on the plate. Serve warm with ice cream and enjoy the warm, fudgy, gooey goodness! 
Microwave Chocolate Cake 
Ingredients:
•Chocolate Fudge Cake Mix. Made according to the instructions on the box.
•One bag of Milk Chocolate Chips
•Can of Cream Cheese Frosting
•Large Stoneware Bowl 
Directions:
Make the cake mix according to the directions. Add the bag of chocolate chips and stir. Set aside. Spread the frosting in the bottom of the stoneware bowl, and 1/4 up the sides. Pour cake mix into the bowl on top of the frosting. Cover bowl with a microwave safe plate. Cook in the microwave for 14 minutes. Let sit for 5 minutes in the microwave. Be careful, bowl will be hot! Flip the bowl over so the cake ends up on the plate. Serve warm and with ice cream. Enjoy! 

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